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Why Your Company Should Consider Blogging

Why Your Company Should Consider Blogging

In today’s digital world, we’re surrounded by new mediums and ways to communicate with partners, clients, prospects, co-workers, and everyone in between. Those in the business world are constantly working towards optimizing their time and staying relevant. Blogging creates opportunities to combine both of these ideas into every day practice. Here are some reasons why your business should consider blogging.
Tuesday, April 28, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (824)/Comments (15)/ Article rating: No rating
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10 Things to Remove From Your Resume

10 Things to Remove From Your Resume

When creating a resume, our initial Google search is commonly around what to include to make you stand out in a pool of candidates. However, do we ever stop to consider what not to include? The truth is, hiring managers and recruiters do not always have the time to review each person’s resume in its entirety – Because of this, they typically skim, looking for key words outlining specific experience, success or achievement. In order to grab the attention of your audience, you should carefully craft the content of your resume and remove the fluff. Here are 10 things you should remove from your resume and why.

Tuesday, April 21, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (3919)/Comments (26)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Managing Your Teams Remotely

Managing Your Teams Remotely

As many continue to work remotely due to COVID-19, we thought we would tackle the subject on how to manage your teams remotely and keep them motivated during this challenging time.

Tuesday, April 14, 2020/Author: Chris Alex /Number of views (652)/Comments (4)/ Article rating: No rating
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How to Set Yourself Up For a Successful Job Reference

How to Set Yourself Up For a Successful Job Reference

What others say about you often holds more true to companies than how you describe yourself, and, in our current job market, every little bit helps. Once your successful interview is over and they ask for references, the last thing you want to do is steer them in the wrong direction. Knowing whom to ask to be a reference is key, and it is important that they are offering positive information and providing real-life examples in order to help you land the position. In some circumstances, contacting a former boss is the best route, however, sometimes reaching out to colleagues is more beneficial – Here are ways to identify who you should ask and how:
Tuesday, April 07, 2020/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (1287)/Comments (22)/ Article rating: 3.7
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